Grace Oh ’15
Albright Fellow 2015

Grace Oh
Grace is a senior double majoring in Art History and French Cultural Studies.

She is currently conducting archival research on the experimental video artworks created by the "Father of Video Art," Nam June Paik, at Boston's public broadcasting station, WGBH, in the 1960's. During the summer of 2013, Grace interned at the Museum of Modern Art in NYC where she researched trends in young adult programming in the New York art world. This past summer, she interned at BBC Worldwide where she learned and experienced the inner workings of the broadcasting and entertainment industry. In addition to her work experience, during the Spring 2014 semester, Grace was abroad in Aix-en-Provence, France, where she engaged in cultural activities while pursuing her French language studies. In addition to her fluency in English, Korean, and French, she is studying and proficient in American Sign Language. On campus, Grace is involved with the Phi Delta Phi Legal Honor Society and is a Circulation and Reference Assistant at the Baltzell Art Library. Grace's goal upon graduation is to work with cultural institutions in Europe and Asia to have an enriched understanding of global societies and in the long-run, study international and intellectual property law.